Hosted by Antiqued Angels of Salado/Austin

Red Hat Group Participants from Different Cities
Antiqued Angels of Salado/Austin
Red Hat Fabulous Ladies (Houston)
Red Diamond (Austin)
Mad Red Hatters (Austin)
Beauties of Austin
Deaf Cowgirls of Ft Worth
Dozen of Roses of San Marcos
Flying Hands of Dallas/Ft Worth
Lady Bugs of North Dallas
Vixens of Austin
Leslie’s Girlfriends of Austin (formerly Pink Hatters )
Lovely Ladies of San Marcos
Dixie Girls of DallasfFt Worth
Antiqued Victorian of Midland
Hotties of Austin

Group Picture

Friday Evening, November 29th
Salado Christmas Stroll Kick-Off Parade

Host Group leading the Texas Red Hatters

Walter Holder (right) brought his own pickup truck and trailer with hay on it
for our red hatters to sit on . . . Bobby Willis (left) as Walter's helper

Sandra Barnes-Smith, Luncheon Chairperson

Video by Melvin Rueffer

Saturday, November 30th

Welcome to the Inn at Salado - Salado's First B&B

Located in the heart of this unique village, The Inn at Salado is within walking distance of the finest shops and restaurants.  It displays both a Texas Historical Marker and a National Register Listing.  The Inn offers 11 individual guest rooms and a private cottage - all with private baths. Receiving rave reviews is the signature breakfast which includes an old world-style quiche, biscuits, sausage gravy, seasonal fruit, and waffles.  Antique decor and ambiance is enhanced by the friendly staff that invites you to relax and unwind.  The bench swings, rocking chairs, and shaded terraces make the Inn a perfect place for that social visit with friends or a romantic getaway.  The spacious grounds include three buildings for guest rooms, a chapel, banquet/meeting rooms in a picturesque setting for our full service weddings and receptions.

Built in 1872 as a private residence, it now has the reputation of being one of the premier B&B's in the area.  The Inn has become the home away from home for business travelers and antique shoppers alike.  Many publications such as Southern Living Magazine, the Dallas Morning News and The San Antonio Express have highlighted the Inn as a quality destination.  Texas Highway readers voted the Inn at Salado a Top 10 Best Historical Accommodation in a Readers' Choice poll.

The side view

The backyard

The courtyard in the backyard

This (left building) was where the luncheon was held.

Flying Hands of Dallas/Fort Worth

'Bye till Next Year in Dallas

Go to Flying Hands of DFW's Website